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Ace of Cups

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Timothy Mammel Beautiful, strong, fun music with deep roots. While they started out in the 60s in SF, the music is just as fresh and lively, now. The lyrics are relevant to current times and the message is urgent. My favorite example is Pepper in the Pot, where they team up with Buffy Sainte-Marie. This song contains playful jump-rope rhymes and urges us to make every day count.
Favorite track: Pepper in the Pot (feat. Buffy Sainte-Marie).
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03:58
There’s a whole lotta people tryin’ to mess with your mind When you were just a little child they filled you in with every sin they could find Tellin’ you it’s wrong to want my good lovin’ One way for you to know for sure Does it feel good baby? How does it feel? Does it feel good baby? How does it feel? All these judgements you’re hearing, don’t let them get you down Every generation carries something new to turn this world around Don’t you believe what everybody’s layin’ on you Have a little faith and find your way Does it feel good baby? How does it feel? Does it feel good baby? How does it feel? I really like it cause it makes me feel so good all the time I really like it cause it makes me feel so good all the time I woke up this morning morning, looked around and what did I see? A whole lotta people risin’ up just like me Don’t be afraid, you’re not alone Every one of us is going home Does it feel good baby? How does it feel? Does it feel good baby? How does it feel? I really like it cause it makes me feel so good all the time I really like it cause it makes me feel so good all the time Words by Denise Kaufman. Music by Denise Kaufman and Dan Shea Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), Dan Shea Music (BMI)
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04:48
Pretty boy, captured my heart Pretty boy, tearin’ it apart Don’t think you really wanna hurt me now I lay awake and I cry at night Don’t think you know what you’re doin’ All I want is to hold you tight Pretty boy, captured my heart Pretty boy, tearin’ it apart No other woman Will be as good to you yeah ‘Cause no other woman Would love you like I can do yeah Pretty boy, pretty boy Why I love you babe it’s hard to tell You don’t care for me I know that well Well come on baby yeah Got to give me all your lovin’ Love me baby You got to Well come on baby yeah You got to give me all your lovin’ No other woman Could love you like I do Love you like I do Love you like I do Love you like I do Pretty boy You’re causin’ me pain Tears fallin’ like rain Ain’t no way for me to get away No no no Words and Music by Denise Kaufman, Mary Simpson Mercy Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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02:56
Do you know baby, I ain’t hard to reach at all I’m right here baby, don’t have to raise your voice to call I’m feelin’ everything you say and do Takin’ every single change with you When it’s hard for you baby, it’s hard for me too I trust you baby, do you think I’m unwise? You know just how I’m feelin’ and I got no disguise I believe, I believe what you say While I’m lovin’ you, that’s my way So treat me right boy, if you want me to play I’m not as helpless as I seem I got my compass and my dreams You say you’re pushin’ cause the world is too Honey, when it comes to me and you Ease up baby, and let your love shine through I’m not as helpless as I seem I got my compass and my dreams I ain’t pretending, I don’t claim to be tough And if you want to make me feel bad, one hard word’s enough Why do you treat me like the enemy? Cause I can feel and I hurt easily So please be careful or stay away from me Words by Denise Kaufman. Music by Denise Kaufman and Dan Shea Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), Dan Shea Music (BMI)
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04:15
Well it’s so easy to let love die You get a little lazy and let it pass you by You get a little weary and don’t bother to try Then love will be gone, you’ll be on your own Wondering why Then love will be gone, you’re on your own Wondering why you can’t fly Well it’s so easy to cause heartache and pain And a heart once broken will never be the same Angry words once spoken and no one’s to blame Don’t know where you are So you play your guitar You know you’re going insane You don’t know where you are You play your guitar It’s like you’re going insane People telling me what they know I don’t know what I know Circles in circles, that’s where I go Will it stop? I don’t think so Circles in circles, circles in circles Will it ever stop? I just don’t know Will it ever stop? I just don’t know It’s so easy to cause heartache and pain And a heart once broken will never be the same Angry words once spoken and no one’s to blame Don’t know where you are You play your guitar It’s like you’re going insane You don’t know where you are You play your guitar Yeah, you’re going insane People telling me what they know I don’t know what I know Circles in circles, that’s where I go Will it stop? I just don’t know Words and Music by Denise Kaufman Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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All of my days now I’ve been walking alone With you here beside me If only I’d known Will you forgive me Any sad seeds I’ve sown? Let me plant for your harvest From this moment on We can’t go back again Not one second can be regained Got to love while we can We may never get the chance again We may never get the chance again How many love songs Have we left unplayed? How many angels Have we turned away? We can’t go back again Not one second can be regained Got to love while we can We may never get the chance again We may never get the chance again I hear you say you’re still on your way Boy, you’re gonna really let it shine tomorrow But tomorrow, it never comes around We can’t go back again Not one second can be regained We got to love, love while we can We may never get the chance again We, we can’t go back again We can never, never, never go back Not one second can be regained So just forget about tomorrow We got to love while we can We may never get the chance again We may never get the chance again Can I do something To lighten your load? Can I walk along with you? We’re on the same road Words by Denise Kaufman. Music by Denise Kaufman and Dan Shea Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), Dan Shea Music (BMI)
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Wheel inside a wheel Across the Great Divide Gonna lay this lonesome song Down by the riverside Always knew it in your bones The ways that you’ve been blind On the rock where I once stood Hold me close against the risin’ tide Time to take it easy and unwind Time to take it easy I can tell by the look in your eyes You been drinkin’ from the well where the water runs deep Mmm mmm mmm Drinkin’ from the well where the water runs deep You know this world is upside down And love is hard to find Sink your roots into the ground Feel the shimmer in the ties that bind Time to take it easy and unwind Time to take it easy I can tell by the look in your eyes You been drinkin’ from the well where the water runs deep Mmm mmm mmm Drinkin’ from the well where the water runs deep Sink your roots into the ground Feel the shimmer in the ties that bind Time to take it easy and unwind Time to take it easy and be kind Time to take it easy I can tell by the look in your eyes You been drinkin’ from the well where the water runs deep Mmm mmm mmm Drinkin’ from the well where the water runs deep Where the water runs deep Runs deep Words by Denise Kaufman. Music by Denise Kaufman, Mary Simpson Mercy, Diane Vitalich and Dan Shea Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), Dan Shea Music (BMI)
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02:41
You say you have no love to spare I tell you love is like the air Why must you keep your love so rare When it surrounds you everywhere? There is no choice you have to make There is no love you must forsake A birth in every breath you take Only to know your love’s awake And if your mind is not at war You’ll hear a whisper at your door You won’t be asking what it’s for The more you love, I love you more And so you have no need to run A touch of honey on your tongue To say your joy has just begun How very sweet, the taste of one Words and Music by Denise Kaufman Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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You came into this world A defenseless child I knew I would protect you Like a lion in the wild Oh yeah, like a lion in the wild One thing you can count on Big as the sky above Mama’s love Mama’s love You crawl before you walk You walk before you run Sometimes you fall, sometimes you fly You’re not the only one Oh no, you’re not the only one One thing you can count on Big as the sky above Mama’s love Mama’s love When your troubles never end And the friends that you depend on disappear When the solid ground is shakin’ And your broken heart is achin’ I’m here You’re looking for your way And every day it changes Some days you’re right on top And then it rearranges Oh yeah, every day it changes One thing you can count on Big as the sky above Mama’s love Mama’s love When your troubles never end And the friends that you depend on disappear When the solid ground is shakin’ And your broken heart is achin’ I’m here, I’m here You came into this world A defenseless child I knew I would protect you Like a lion in the wild Oh yeah, like a lion in the wild One thing you can count on Big as the sky above One thing you can count on Is your mama’s love Mama’s love Mama’s love Words and Music by Mary Gannon Alfiler, Denise Kaufman, and Mary Simpson Mercy Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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04:09
You, light You, simplicity Close my eyes If you’re not here don’t want to see I’m following your wise friend Putting fog inside my veins If I wake up and you’re not here I’ll fog my brain again Misty drifting far away That’s where I’ll be Unaware and I won’t care That you’re with her and not with me Even though divisions Are born inside my mind Living in a mirror world My mind is all I find Do junkies go to heaven? You say heaven is right here If you mean without you Then it’s heaven that I fear You, light You, simplicity Close my eyes If you’re not here Then I don’t want to see Nowhere to go Nothing to feel No one to know And nothing’s real Words and Music by Denise Kaufman Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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It all seems so plain People are coming through These changes I can’t explain But they start with me and you So if you’re looking for your way You’re soon gonna find That it ain’t no easy road And all folks aren’t so kind You gotta listen with your heart You gotta listen with your heart Don’t try and tell me That there could be a reason for this way Then how come you’re going hungry While I get fed every day? So I am looking for my way And everyday it changes Some days I’m right on top And then it rearranges I can feel it in the air Yes, I can feel it in the air No doubt these are crazy times Nothing has much reason or rhyme. My mother couldn’t tell me My father, he didn’t know My brother bought a book and said, “This is where to go Where to go” Every day working it out Every day a little less doubt Working it out every day Every day I find a new way Every day working it out Every day a little less doubt It’s so hard to sit still Don’t want to miss all the thrills But looking back on yesterday Those thrills seem so far away ‘Cause if you run around and hide You miss the thing inside It comes when you’re alone With no one else at home I can feel it in the air Yes, I can feel it in the air Can you can feel it in the air? Words and Music by Mary Gannon Alfiler Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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03:46
I said people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones They’ll be standing all alone without a house they can call their own You better keep your backyard clean If you know, if you know, I know you know what I mean I say the grass is always greener on the other side Oh yeah, glass will break and the walls come tumbling down You’ll be hunting real quick for a broom to push around But when you’re hiding all your dirt so fine I’ll be laughing at you when you start sweeping mine And that sun, that big old sun will shine it on Oh yeah, my home is not so clean I mean I really must confess But when I peek ‘neath your rug ain’t nothing there but a dirty old mess Who cares if your carpets are neat If all your dirt is hid underneath? I say the dirt is always blacker on the other side Sticks and stones may break my bones And bottles may come flyin’ You can rock it like a Rollin’ Stone But baby I ain’t buyin’ Oh yeah, you can come to my house - I won’t throw stones at you As a matter of fact I may like you before we’re through When you meet St. Peter at that gate You know it’s what you got inside is how he rates And that sun, that big old sun will shine it on Words and Music by Mary Gannon Alfiler Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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Before too long There’s a baby gonna be born Before too long Little bitty baby gonna be born Life in your hands, life in your hands Life in your hands Now your daddy’s here And your mama’s waitin’ on you Your daddy’s here And your mama she’s waitin’ on you Life in your hands, life in your hands Life in your hands Before too long That little baby be grown up and gone Before too long Little bitty baby has a babe of her own Life in your hands, life in your hands Life in your hands Before too long There’s a baby gonna be born Before too long Little bitty baby gonna be born Life in your hands, life in your hands Life in your hands Words and Music by Joe Allegra Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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MACUSHLA Macushla, Macushla Macushla Maco Macushla, Macushla Macushla Maco I met him in the valley In the Valley of the Moon I loved him very early I loved him very soon A baby was born In the Forest of Knolls That day a song was sung for her To keep her from the cold My friend had a son The same time as I As she held his body in her arms His spirit did fly He is buried on the mountain On the mountain so high Overlooking on the ocean On Mount Tamalpai Macushla, Macushla Macushla Maco Macushla, Macushla Macushla Maco Words and Music by Mary Gannon Alfiler Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) THELINA We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born Circle of friends in the early morn Singing of birds and Thelina is born Sunrise, sunset, death and birth Hello Thelina, welcome to Earth We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born Morning, evening, young and old All of us strands in a rope of gold Summer, winter, fall and spring Embrace them all and your heart will sing We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born Hello Jasper Starfire Hello Raisin Cain and Padre Welcome Tiphani and Tora Ona Blossom and Solomon will always be with us Raven Shenandoah and Jade Dancing Arrow Ruby Roselani and her sister Chloe Howdy Dogood Tomahawk Truckstop La la, a baby is born We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born We come to welcome Thelina We come, a baby is born We come, a baby is born Words and Music by Denise Kaufman Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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My friend and companion went out to go walking He didn’t wear his shoes, he didn’t carry his cane He passed through the gate on the day the plums blossomed He said “Don’t you wait up I’ll be back as the rain” The tobacco smoke’s clear And the wine glass is broken The ashes are cold Where there once was a flame Outside in the green hills A wild bird is calling Singin’ “Don’t you wait up I’ll be back as the rain” So dust off the keys of the upright piano Slap tambourines while the saxophone blows The blossoms don’t mourn in the ices of winter We don’t mourn for a man who lived life as he chose There’s a new glass in the roof And the light comes in streaming You can lie in the bed and see star shot domains In the dreams of his wife He is there fair and handsome And his children are singin’ “He’ll be back as the rain” Fog is the breath of the mountains at morning We’re passengers all on a runaway train The soldier, the tailor, the prisoner, the jailor We’re all standing in line To come back as the rain So dust off the keys of the upright piano Slap tambourines while the saxophone blows The blossoms don’t mourn in the ices of winter We don’t mourn for a man who lived life as he chose My friend and companion Went out to go walking He didn’t wear his shoes He didn’t carry his cane He passed through the gate On the day the plums blossomed He said “Don’t you wait up I’ll be back as the rain” He said “Don’t you wait up I’ll be back as the rain” Words and Music by Peter Coyote Wild Dog Productions (BMI)
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Don’t do what I oughta I just do what I do Skippin’ stones ‘cross the water Daydreamin’ of you Skippin’ stones ‘cross the water Daydreamin’ of you I’m skippin’ stones ‘cross the water Daydreamin’ of you Words and Music by Denise Kaufman, Taj Mahal and Dan Shea Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), BigToots Tunes, (BMI), Dan Shea Music (BMI)
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03:30
Well I’m on the road again Ain’t got no one by my side Well you said you were my friend That’s what you told me And you know baby I believe you tried Pack up everything at home Better get a move on baby Say you’re gonna make it qn your own But all you do is play and sing And you can’t be too sure of your one sure thing Going from house to house Knocking on every door Going from place to place Sleeping on people’s floors Sometimes I feel real big Sometimes I feel so small Sometimes I don’t want nothin’ And then again I want it all There’s been times I had a place to hang my hat Warm fires burning, friends all gathered ‘round Now you’re askin’ so I’ll tell you where it’s at Ain’t got nowhere to lay my body down Well I’m on the road again Following the sun now baby Looking for somewhere to rest my head And I’ve given up on choosin’ where to go Takin’ my chances on where I’m led Well I’m on the road again Better get a move on baby Well I’m on the road again Takin’ my chances, takin’ my chances Well I’m on the road again Following the sun now baby Words and Music by Mary Gannon Alfiler, Marla Hunt Hanson, Denise Kaufman, Mary Simpson Mercy, and Diane Vitalich Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Wise old owl, he lived in a oak The more he saw, the less he spoke The less he spoke, the more he heard I’m gonna take a lesson from that old bird Number your days Get you a heart of wisdom Mmmm mmmm Get you a heart of wisdom Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Late last night, we was all in bed Gamblin’ boys left a lantern in the shed Cow kicked it over and I swear she said The world’s warmin’ up, we got trouble ahead Number your days Get you a heart of wisdom Mmmm mmmm Get you a heart of wisdom Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got The coats of many colors We steal from our brothers We can never repay There’s a tomorrow That feeds us all We cook it up today We cook it up today We cook it up today Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Some already got the wisdom, some do not Everybody can Step up, step up, step up Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Some know the story and some do not Everybody can Step up, step up, step up Red hot, pepper in the pot Got to get over whatever we got Some already got the wisdom, some do not Everybody can Step up, step up, step up Words and Music by Denise Kaufman and Buffy Sainte-Marie Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), Caleb Music, administered by Kobalt Songs Music Publishing (SOCAN)
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I been true, I been false, can you hear me? Like the Indian Summer I been found, I been lost when you’re near me And it takes me under I give up and then feel the pulse again Like a hidden stream I been living out a lonely heartbeat Just to be your lover I am one small breath inside the breeze You are one small breath Hold me please I am here, I am clear, I am cloudy Stormy without warning Just a song in the dark where you found me With the rain clouds forming When the showers fall will we lose it all? Will it wash us clean? I been living out a rainy midnight Hoping for a morning I am one small breath inside the breeze You are one small breath Hold me please When the showers fall will we lose it all? Will it wash us clean? I been living out a rainy midnight Hoping for a morning I am one small breath inside the breeze You are one small breath Hold me please Words by Denise Kaufman, Music by Denise Kaufman and Dan Shea Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), Dan Shea Music (BMI)
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Hey nana hey nana hey na Hey nana hey nana hey na Grandma’s hands Clapped in church on Sunday morning Grandma’s hands Played a tambourine so well Grandma’s hands Used to issue out a warning She’d say, “Baby don’t you run so fast Might fall on a piece of glass Might be snakes there in that grass” Grandma’s hands Grandma’s hands Soothed a local unwed mother Grandma’s hands Used to ache sometimes and swell Grandma’s hands Used to lift her face and tell her She’d say, “Baby, Grandma understands That you really love that man Put yourself in the Good Lord’s hands” Grandma’s hands Hey nana hey nana hey na Hey nana hey nana hey na She had class and style She had knowledge by the mile Lit the world up with her smile But very low-key on the profile She said, “Tellin’ tales is a no Let me tell you how it goes Pure’s the word, Serve’s the verb Love is the cure so Live what you learn” Hey nana hey nana hey na Hey nana hey nana hey na Grandma’s hands Used to hand me piece of candy Grandma’s hands Picked me up each time I fell Grandma’s hands Boy, they really came in handy She’d say, “Mama don’t you whip that child What you want to spank her for? She didn’t drop no apple core” But I don’t have Grandma anymore If I get to heaven I’ll look for Grandma’s hands Hey nana hey nana hey na Hey nana hey nana hey na Hey nana hey nana hey na Hey nana hey nana hey na Words and Music by Bill Withers, Chauncey Hannibal, Teddy Riley, William Stewart, Lynise Walters, Andre Young, Richard Vick Songs of Universal, Inc OBO Interior Music Corp; Royalty Recovery Inc; Copyright Control; BMG Gold Songs OBO Donril Music; Universal Music-Z Tunes
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MEDLEY THE HERMIT The Autumn sun was on the grass Along the road in the afternoon We quit our play to watch him pass He held the light in his hand The air grew soft as he came along The staff he held was green with leaves And in our hearts we heard a song He held the light in his hand Been walking a long time Holding the light in his hand Been walking a long time Holding the light in his hand Been walking a long time Holding the light in his hand Words by Ambrose Hollingsworth and Music by Denise Kaufman Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) THE FLAME STILL BURNS Music by Diane Vitalich Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) GOLD & GREEN Trying hard just to make it Can’t get on but I want to Trying hard not to fake it Can’t get on but I got to Looking in, seeing out is a lonely lifetime No direction in mind is a lonely lifetime Realize past yourself That the Earth’s a song to dance to Realize past yourself That the Earth’s a song to dance two, three, four Love we need some more Dance two, three, four Love we need some more Before it’s too late Before it’s too late Words and Music by Mary Simpson Mercy Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) LIVING IN THE COUNTRY Time and the place are near People who keep fighting Follow confusion and fear Many people gathered Singing songs Many people laughing yeah Come why don’t you belong? Can you hear your brother cryin’? He’s cryin’ right out loud Can you see your brother down on his knees? Down on his knees right now Don’t have to go the old way They’ve been trying to fool you all along Don’t have to do it that way There’s a chance that way might be wrong Many people gathered Singing songs Many people laughing Come why don’t you belong? You already belong, already belong Already belong, come along Already belong, come along Already belong, come along Come along, come along Words and Music by Mary Simpson Mercy Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)
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02:06
Music, Music, Music Everything will be alright I call my baby on the telephone Just to let him know that he’s not alone We got no money and so many bills to pay I wonder will we make another day And then my baby says, h e says, “Girl All you got to do in this whole world Is play music, prettiest that you can Music - snap your fingers, clap your hands Music - laugh and let your heart feel glad Everything will be alright” Now we got no money to pay the rent And what we earn tonight, it’s already spent My baby says “don’t worry - if times get hard Just before the dawn it always gets this dark Don’t you know?” And when it gets so black you think the end is near That’s when all the stars appear Like music, they light up the land Music - snap your fingers, clap your hands Music - laugh and let your heart feel glad Everything will be alright (just keep playin’ girl) Everything will be alright (just have faith that) Everything will be alright Everything will be alright Words and Music by Denise Kaufman Green Ray Music c/o Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI)

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released November 9, 2018

Produced by Dan Shea
Mixed by Ari Rios and Dan Shea
Additional Mixing by Chris Dugan

Mastered by Greg Calbi and Steve Fallone at Sterling Sound Edgewater, NJ

Recorded by Dan Shea, Ari Rios, Erin Tadena, Will Evankovich, Stacy Parrish, Harry Gale, Dale Everingham, Thomas McCree, Shane Hendrickson, Myron Hart, George Rezendes

Recorded at Laughing Tiger Studios, Dan Shea’s Home Studio, Studio Amontillado, Jack Casady’s Sutherland House Studio, Route 44, 25th St. Studio, MS Studio, Ancient Wave, Ice House, I.V. Lab Studios, Myron Hart Studios, DAWG STUDIOS

Taj Mahal appears courtesy of Kan-Du Records
Charlie Musselwhite appears courtesy of Henrietta Records and plays Seydel harmonicas
David Grisman appears courtesy of ACOUSTIC DISC
Pete Sears appears courtesy of Alien Music
Norman Mayell appears courtesy of Sopwith Camel, Norman Greenbaum, Blue Cheer, and Judy
Terry Haggerty appears courtesy of Buddha, Jesus, Allah
Sid Page appears courtesy of molecular adhesion

Executive Conductor: George Baer Wallace
Executive Coordination/Trouble Shooting & Making: Jill Checker
Project Coordination: Lucas Van Lenten & Patrick Whalen
Project Research: Leah Tashman
Strategist Emeritus: J.D. ‘Midnight’ Martignon
Ace Coordination & Social Media: Rachel Anne
Essay: Alec Palao
Cover Art: Rob Carmichael, Steve Stanley, Patrick Whalen
Typography/Art Design(Check R2R): Steve Stanley
Cover Photography by Robert Campbell
Art Direction & Design: Steve Stanley for Now Designs
Editorial Supervision: Sheryl Farber

Photos Courtesy of Jim Marshall, Lisa Law, Ron Bevirt, Michael Moore, Jamie Soja, Maryanne Bilham, Casey Sonnabend, Richard Astle, Jesse Block, Lilli Heart, Susan Weiand, Rachael Wright, Selenia Perez

NO Mary Microgram photo Copyright © 2018 Ronald Kenneth Bevirt, All Rights Reserved

Archival materials, photographs and notes courtesy of Ace of Cups

High Moon Records would like to thank: Mark Levinson Esq., Dennis McNally for his wisdom, Howard Wolf, Peter Kraemer, Jay Blakesburg, Rachel Anne, Mike Somavilla for his research and inspiration, Jesse Block - General of Audio-Visualization, Steve Stanley and Sheryl Farber, Richard Moon and Rochelle Karter, Rob Carmichael, Robert Beatty, Lenny Kaye, Eric Christensen, David Gans, Nicholas Merriwether, Starfinder Stanley, Jacqueline Sebec, Candi & Dan Hersch, Selenia Perez, Ruby & Chloe Roth, Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills, Stephanie Geny, Rebecca Shapiro, Kerri Brusca, Perry Harrell and RedEye, Kelly Whalen and KQED Digital, Divina Infusino and Mark Schneider, Sara Allman, Lori and Mike Davis Family, Alan White and Family, Art at Quality Cars.

And a very special thanks to:
Ace Of Cups for being so inspiring and humble.
Dan Shea for already thinking of everything.
Ari Rios for all his gifts.
Alec & Cindy Palao for the prescience of Turning Us on to The Ladies Ace, their vision, hospitality and humor.
Gillian Etherington for Spiritual Guidance & side by side dining.
And always Jill Checker for her patience and perseverance.

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Ace Of Cups, the beloved all-women rock group from the late ‘60s Haight-Ashbury psychedelic scene, will release their self- titled, debut studio album on November 9th via High Moon Records. Featuring contributions from Bob Weir (Grateful Dead), Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna), Taj Mahal, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and more. ... more

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